It seems like ages ago doesn't it? Things to mention: there's now a Flickr pool. Daniel Wier's done a round-up. Toby's put his talk on slideshare and Tuur's are here. Anab's talk about Superpowers she grew up with is here. (More importantly her Power of 8 show is now on - you've got to go). Robert/Dizzy talks about his RJDJ demo here, and links to Paul's recording of the RJDJ demo, recorded with RJDJ.
I think that's it for Interesting talk follow-up for now. I think.
But I also wanted to say thanks to the businesses that helped us out. We're lucky enough that we don't really need sponsors to make interesting happen, so I don't have to do all that scrounging around that most conferences require. Which is nice for me. But, every year someone decides they'd like to get involved anyway, which is brilliant of them. Imagination have been hugely kind in the past.
And this year INQ (probably with some nudging from Charly) volunteered some money for anything we might need. They didn't ask for anything particular in return, a mention on the stage and on here, which is more than fair.
I asked Charly, and she said this is what they'd like you to know about them:
They're the social mobile company.
They sell phones which make it easier to stay in touch with people on the move, Facebook, Twitter and Skype are all embedded right at the heart of the phone's development.
They make phones which are cheap and fantastic.
The new phone, chat has just launched in Singapore, and here's what one lovely lady said about them.
And I'd add that any business that sees the value in supporting something as vague and ill-defined as Interesting has to be worth further investigation. So thanks to INQ.
And, similar appreciative noises go to Henry Goode for supplying the licorice. Lovely.